Photo by Philip Edward Laubner Photography.

Photo by Philip Edward Laubner Photography.



Hailed as a "renaissance woman" by Urbanite Magazine, Britt Olsen-Ecker has taken Baltimore and beyond by storm as a multi-talented performer and photographer. She has photographed over 1,000 faces from portraits to weddings to food all over the world.

Her photography has been published by the Baltimore Sun, the Washington Post, Baltimore's City Paper, Baltimore Magazine, and Baltimore Style Magazine, to name a few.

As a performer, Britt has been hailed by her "impressive" and "captivating" roles on stage both as an actor and singer. She has worked with several companies in Baltimore, including the Acme Corporation and Single Carrot Theatre, where of the latter she was a company member from 2014-2015. 

Britt is a lead vocalist and keyboardist of the award winning band Outcalls, alongside Melissa Wimbish, which has received critical acclaim after the release of 2017’s EP No King. Here's what Baltimore Magazine had to say about their latest single: “combining lush chamber vocals with a robust layering of electronic and acoustic sound, opera singers Melissa Wimbish and Britt Olsen-Ecker create their own brand of baroque indie-pop. Their whimsical pipes wind around an energetic beat that pulses in your ears long after its gone. It has us excited for what’s to come.” 

You can listen to Outcalls' music on Spotify, Apple Music, and outcalls.bandcamp.com

She resides in Baltimore, Maryland, with her husband Elliott, pug Snoop, and cat Stone Fox where she runs her studio.